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Meghan Markle stuns in sleveless black dress and clutch in pic with Prince Harry

Claudine Varela
May 16, 2019
12:57 P.M.
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Meghan Markle showcases her impeccable style during her first official foreign visit with Prince Harry. She donned a chic black dress and fashioned a sleek hairstyle proving this to be one of her best looks yet.  

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It was a series of outfit changes for Meghan Markle on Tuesday as she joined her husband Prince Harry for a string of engagements.

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Following her morning appearance at the celebrations of the centenary of the Royal Air Force in London where she donned a fit and flared black Dior dress, she changed into a dark green Givenchy mid-length dress later that day for their arrival in Ireland.

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But it was her third dress she wore to a garden party that evening that drew the most attention as it highlighted the Duchess of Sussex’s impeccable sense of style. It was a sleeveless little black dress by Emilia Wickstead with an A-line silhouette, a square neckline, and a belt. In contrast to her previous off-center low chignon do, she let her hair down this time in sleek, loose curls with a deep side part. 

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Hands down a standout, Megan joined her husband as they graced the British Ambassador’s residence at Glencairn House in Dublin.  In a speech during the party, Harry declared, 

“We’re so pleased to be here for our first official international visit together as a married couple, and we hope it will be the first of many!”

This was the couple’s first official foreign trip since their wedding. Before the garden party, they first headed to a meeting with the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, the youngest to date and the first openly gay head of government. 

For the next 24 hours, the duke and duchess are expected to attend receptions, sports events and a meeting with Irish President Michael Higgins. They will also be visiting the historic Book of Kells in Trinity College’s Old Library as well as the nearby memorial to the Irish Famine and the Irish Emigration Museum.

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